MOrsel: the Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 comes into force
The Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 has come into force. The law has been long debated and has been the subject of much press attention and speculation as to its likely impact on the workplace and outside.
In brief, subjecting another to a detriment (in the workplace and in other areas) by reason of their race is now outlawed by the law. Complaints may be made to the rebranded Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal within eight weeks of the alleged discriminatory act…
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